Thursday, July 19, 2012
At times I identify with Anna, in the way that she longs for her freedom in love with Vronsky and also in her tender feelings for her son. But I actually best identify with Konstantin Levin; in his constant over thinking of situations and meanings of what people say and mostly with his longing to find meaning in life and for personal inner-peace.
(Although----Anna is described in the novel as having a beautifully curvacious figure with round arms and a full hourglass stature, and Miss Keira, try and she might, can't fill out any corset. But, she is good at what she does, so I will let that slide...!!)